Saturday, November 27

Day: February 17, 2016

Stunned woman gives birth on toilet after doctors fail to notice she’s pregnant
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Stunned woman gives birth on toilet after doctors fail to notice she’s pregnant

    A woman who thought she was constipated gave birth on the toilet after doctors allegedly failed to notice that she was pregnant . Charlotte Bryant, 20, said she was misdiagnosed by three different GPs after suffering from constant backache at her home in Cardiff, Wales. She claimed she was firstly told she had inflamed muscles and given painkillers, before later being examined and diagnosed with constipation. None of the medics noticed that she was nine months' pregnant, she said. Charlotte returned home with a big box of powder laxatives to treat her suspected constipation, but later felt a sudden urge to go to the toilet. Within seconds, she had given birth to a baby boy. Shortly after, Charlotte sent a photo of her newborn son, Joshua, via text message to her partner, D...
President Obama maintains Donald Trump will not be elected to the White House
America, ENGLISH

President Obama maintains Donald Trump will not be elected to the White House

    US President Barack Obama is not a fan of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and does not think he has a chance of winning the presidency. The president shared his thoughts about the upcoming presidential election, saying he believes the American people know getting into the White House "is not a reality show. I continue to believe Mr Trump will not be president, Obama said at the end of the US-Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit in Rancho Mirage, California. "And the reason is because I have a lot go faith in the American people. And I think they recognise that being president is a serious job. He continued: It's not hosting a talk show or a reality show. it's not promotion, it's not marketing. It's hard. And a lot of people count on us getting it ri...
Beijing places missile launchers on disputed South China Sea island
Asia, ENGLISH

Beijing places missile launchers on disputed South China Sea island

    China has placed surface-to-air missile equipment on one of the disputed islands in the South China Sea, newly published satellite images appear to show. Tensions in the region could rise after two batteries of eight missile launchers and a radar system were deployed to Woody Island in the past week according to images taken by the private company Image Sat International. The mages were first published by Fox News. The missile move has been confirmed by Taiwan which also claims sovereignty of the island. Maj Gen David Lo told Reuters news agency that Taiwan “will closely watch subsequent developments.” Interested parties should work together to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea region and refrain from taking any unilateral measures that would increase ten...
Theresa May claims extremism is contributing to exploiting mass migration
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Theresa May claims extremism is contributing to exploiting mass migration

    Extremism is both contributing to and exploiting mass migration, the Home Secretary has warned. Speaking in Washington, Theresa May urged the UK's partners in the Five Eyes security alliance - the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand - to work together against terrorism. Ms May called for better information sharing and a more thorough exchange of terrorist finance details, saying tackling terrorism is the “challenge of our generation”. She asked the UK's partners to extend “the successful co-operation between our countries on issues of national security which we have built over past decades”. “I am clear that defeating terrorism requires a global response, and that we will not succeed by acting in isolation,” she said. She challenged the alliance to help vulnerable states...
Foreigners under Police obserbation about ATM card forgery
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Foreigners under Police obserbation about ATM card forgery

    A citizen of East Europe is suspected to be involved in recent ATM card forgery incidents as detectives have already identified 4-5 foreigners through scrutinising video footages. We have already identified 4-5 foreigners, hailed from East European countries, by scrutinising video footages. Of them, one might have involvement in the recent ATM cards forgery, said DMP’s Additional Commissioner Monirul Islam on Wednesday. Talking to reporters at DMP Media centre, Monirul however said the detectives have not arrested the suspect as they need to be completely sure as the man is a foreign national. But they (4-5 foreign nationals) are now under surveillance of the detectives, he added. The official said a case was filed with Banani Police Station in connection with ATM cards fo...